David Robinson, Ph.D

Leader, Coach, Minister, Husband, Grandfather

Dave's Pic Formal 5-14Since 1966, Dr. Robinson has developed his leadership and management skills through a wide range of opportunities in both the church world and the marketplace. He and his wife Marie have been married since 1968 and have three children, eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. They have lived in the Chicago, IL area since 1979.

He has a Bachelor of Applied Theology from Logos Christian College, Master of Organizational Leadership from Southern Seminary and a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Logos University. He also serves on the Board of Regents for Logos University and Adjunct Professor in the area of leadership. He is a Certified Trainer for “The Five Languages of Appreciation for the Workplace” by Gary Chapman and Paul White.

Since 2005, he has served as a full-time executive leadership coach for leaders in the church, business, government and education. He travels in the USA and overseas 200+ days a year helping leaders improve their leadership skills and see their vision become a reality.

He has authored four books: “Idle in the Marketplace at the Eleventh Hour”, “50 Leadership Keys That Work”, “100 Leadership Nuggets”, and “The Abominable Snowman”.  He publishes a monthly e-Leadership article currently read by 40,000+ people in over 30 nations. You can also follow him on Twitter and Facebook.


Accept Your Call to the Kingdom Marketplace - Christ for the Nations

Accept Your Call to THE KINGDOM MARKETPLACE

That’s the title of the feature article in the Christ for the Nations Fall 2017 edition of the magazine “The Voice“.  In the piece, Dr. Dave Robinson explains that today’s marketplace is the 21st Century mission field and goes on to explain that Church work is done in the Building – The Work of the Church is done in the Marketplace.  “Spiritual capital represents one of the deep connections between faith and work, yet is one of the least exploited opportunities by church leaders,” he writes.  Read the Full Article HERE: